Little Ways To Say I Love You: Dozens of Simple Ways To Show Spouses, Lovers, Children, and Friends How Special They Are

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Macmillan, Jan 15, 1992 - Family & Relationships - 176 pages
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How many times has your day been enhanced by one small, unnecessary gesture? A romantic-and unexpected-note from a lover or spouse. A single flower from a long-out-of-touch sister. A funny cartoon or a basket of just-picked summer fruits sent for no reason but to brighten your day. Such things aren't earth-shattering, but the pleasure we get from them as either receiver of giver, often far outweighs the size of the gesture itself.

Little Ways to Say "I Love You" is a compendium of suggestions and ideas-from the sweet to the sexy, the simple to the sublimely fantastic-to help you show love to all the people in your life: husbands and wives, lovers and friends, moms, dads, and even kids. It's filled with imaginative ways to rekindle a romance, get back in touch with your kids and family, and stay close to those friends who were so hard to find.
 

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Marjabelle Young Stewart, dubbed the "Queen of Courtesy" by Newsweek, is the author of more than fifteen books on etiquette and modern social style. She lives in Kewanee, Illinois.

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